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Dec 4, 2013 11:00pm PST
walnut creek. the reading coming in at 27 degrees at walnut creek. it's 24 in napa. how cold do you think it's going to get tonight? we're going to see numbers in the teens. we could see nappy easily get down to 19 degrees tonight. that freeze warning is excluding itself from the san francisco area right here. that's just because it's surrounded by bay and ocean. it's not going to gets a cold as places like san jose, which will be in the upper 20s tonight. san jose coming in at 28 degrees. we're looking at 19 degrees up in napa. 23 in santa rosa, and these are conservative. you're going to find temperatures into the teens. coming up, we'll talk more about this freeze warning. the coldest cities tomorrow, and as this system moves out, a wet system moves in, and there's a chance for snow on bay area peaks. >>> now to ktvu's ken wayne. he's been outside tonight. talking to folks who are out there trying to stay warm. >> reporter: we're all trying to stay warm out here, frank. we pulled up here a couple of hours ago. the sign said 33 degrees. bill just mentioned 27, but it just dropped
KICU
Dec 3, 2013 11:00pm PST
39 in concord. 40degrees in napa. it is very cold throughout the bay area. but the north bay is the focus tonight because temperatures there could easily get into the upper 20s. for the rest of us a freeze warning will go into effect tonight and tomorrow morning. it's going to be real cold tonight. coming up, we're going to talk more about the freeze warning going on. the coldest day we're going to see and believe it or not there's a chance for showers in the forecast. >>> now to ktvu's ken wayne live in santa rosa on what's just the beginning of a cold blast of winter like weather, ken. >> reporter: it's 43 degrees right now in santa rosa and it's going to get much colder than that. if you have to be outside one good place to be is next to a warm fire. >> it's actually refreshing. it gets you into the hole day season feel of everything. >> i'm definitely sleeping in my scarf and mittens to save on pg & e. >> reporter: colder than tonight's lows in chicago and detroit. >> reporter: a few days back we had it for a couple of days and it wreaked havoc. it broke pipes and everything. >>
KICU
Dec 9, 2013 11:00pm PST
like napa they're returning a couple of degrees -- they're running a couple of degrees cooler than they were last night. so some of those temperatures could get into the teens in napa valley. numbers tonight are going to be downright cold. we'll be back here at 10:30. i will show you what you can expect tomorrow morning as you head out for the day. >>> new at 10:00, deborah villalon is live in walnut creek where spare the air gets mixed reviews. >> reporter: nights like this many people are tempted to put a log in the fire or in the wood stove but only a gas fire like this one is legal. >> look at that there's still a lot of embers in there. >> reporter: terry baranouscus -- tell terry that tomorrow will be another spare the air day. >> no that's going to be another day. >> reporter: another day he'll have to crank up his heater. >> it feels like big brother and like they are not in tune with what's going on out there right now. >> reporter: unhealthy pollution trapped close to the ground is why the spare the air day is needed. spare the air is a big shot in the arm for fireplace stores
KICU
Dec 5, 2013 11:00pm PST
. tonight we're 37 and falling in san francisco. we begin with deborah villalon live in napa with some of the problems this weather has already caused. deborah. >> reporter: we hear it every winter, exposed pipes have to be covered. that's the sound of moisture. detected in the sealing of this apartment. >> moisture started coming down the walls like this. >> reporter: water comes from walls and cabinets. immediate suspect the freeze. >> it was the cold. very cold outside. >> was it inside the pipe or fitting? >> reporter: the pressure put a slit in the copper. >> this owner has done a right thing and insulated the pipes. >> reporter: usually it's the outdoor pipes everyone worries about. wrapping them for warmth. >> you're gambling if you don't. >> reporter: and some people let faucets drip all night. >> as long as it's flowing it won't freeze. but why waste the water if you insulated them right. >> reporter: after starting her day with frozen pipes at home and at work, this woman came to buy covers. >> we had a couple of classrooms that did not have water this morning. >> report
KICU
Dec 6, 2013 11:00pm PST
over the past two hours. you can see light shower activity. the big issue parts of northern napa county. lake napa, that rain has opinion increasing. you get an idea with the moderate cells pushing into the mountains. we'll move the maps closer to san mateo. right around the fremont area picking up heavier downpours. out toward san francisco, a good portion of showers. and up in the north bay all that activity right around fairfield, santa rosa reporting heavy rain at last check. the most recent observations and right around nevato. we'll take a look at this. a winter weather advisory posted locally. we'll break down the timing of where the rainfall moves out and a freeze warning is being reissued. >> a cold snap has issued at least three deaths. all of the victims were homeless. the first died monday. two died on thursday one near rout 87 in san jose the other inside a garage in saratoga. none of the victims names is being released. the efforts being made now to make sure any other homeless people don't suffer the same fate. hundreds of people are being forced to deal with the cold wit
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